Inter Milan do not look ready to activate their option to buy former Super Eagles winger Victor Moses at the end of the season.
The Nigerian joined the Nerazzurri on a six-month loan with €10m option to buy from Chelsea in the January transfer window.
And now a report by Sempreinter.com, via Completesports, is saying Inter Milan only brought Moses in to be a stopgap and are unlikely to buy him on a permanent basis.
The 29-year-old has made four league outings for the former European champions since arriving at the club.
Moses spent time on loan at Turkish giants Fenerbahce before reuniting with Antonio Conte at Inter.
The former Blues star was the first-choice right-wing back at Stamford Bridge under the Italian, featuring 78 times over his two seasons at Chelsea, including 34 Premier League games in the title-winning 2016/17 campaign.
Victor Moses has made 128 appearances for Chelsea, scoring 18 goals in the process.